Visit Us At The 2015 Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo

The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo is on at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 12-13 August, and we’ll be there.

The expo is free to anyone looking for waste management and recycling solutions.

Ecocycle is the only mercury recycler to be fully licensed by the Environmental Protection Agencies in each state to handle the entire process of recycling mercury-containing waste. We are ideally placed to help you dispose of fluorescent tubes and bulbs, dental amalgam waste, and other types of mercury hazardous waste in the most responsible way possible.

We can also recycle your non-hazardous lighting waste, such as the millions of halogen lamps that are being replaced under various energy efficiency schemes. We’ll even provide the certificates of destruction and recycling required by some schemes.

Come down and say hi to Nick, Doug and Tyson, and find out how to be part of the solution to the mercury waste problem. Whether it’s lighting waste, dental amalgam waste, batteries or mining residues, you’ll be surprised how easy it is.

Visit Ecocycle at AWRE

Stand D41
Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo
12-13 August 2015
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Find us on the AWRE website for more details

If you can’t make it to the expo, fill out the form on the right or call 1300 32 62 92 to find out more about how we can help with your mercury waste management issues.

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